GRIMSBY Town’s official matchday programme ‘The Mariner’ will be on sale on Saturday for the visit of Torquay United.
Town boss Paul Hurst writes exclusively about the recent games against Bromley and Altrincham.
The Mariners Trust announce details of their next speaker evening at McMenemy’s on Friday 4th September.
New signing Andy Monkhouse features in the main interview and explains why he believes that he can keep chipping in with goals throughout the campaign.
Neville Butt recalls when one of the most famous football manager’s in the world had a spell in charge of Town in ‘The Men Who Managed The Mariners’.
Peter Anderson explains why the 1988/89 ‘Scoreline Food Town’ kit helped to make that particular campaign all the more memorable.
Matt Coombs remembers a breath-taking strike from Graham Hockless in ‘What a Goal!’
We examine things connected to the club that begin with the letter ‘C’ in ‘The A-Z of The Mariners’.
There are images and reports from Saturday’s 4-1 win against Bromley and 2-1 defeat to Altrincham in midweek.
Club historian Rob Briggs returns with ‘Blundell Park – A History’ and his new article ‘Programmed’.
We again look at former Mariners in the news in ‘The Ex-Factor’.
There’s an artist interpretation of Mariners forward Nathan Arnold in the centre fold.
We take a closer look at our opponents: Paul Cox’s side Torquay United.
We get to know youth team striker James Wroot.
And the Grimsby Town Sport and Education Trust team provide us with an update from their magnificent work within the community.
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